Designer Anne Militello will create a glittering show inside the 10-story glass atrium, starting Nov. 2.
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Four new palm trees were planted in the Winter Garden this week, replacing 16 that were chopped down.
The 16 soaring palm trees are starting to twist and curve, since they are too tall for the space.
Photographer George Steinmetz's sweeping pictures of remote deserts are on display at Brookfield Place.
Two free Art Nouveau renditions of the Nutcracker were held Tuesday at the World Financial Center.
The Jules Feiffer exhibition, part of the Downtown River to River Festival, included a live "Dance-In" section, a cartoon exhibit and six short dance films.
The residents said they didn't expect Brookfield Properties to listen to their concerns.
The revolutionary festival will offer 13 hours of contemporary music.
A Brookfield executive promised to keep the staircase, which was rebuilt after 9/11, inside the World Financial Center.
The work of over 1,500 Scholastic Arts & Writing winners will be shown starting Wednesday.
Brookfield Properties plans to demolish the staircase at the Winter Garden.
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